Racial Bias in Texas Jury Selection

The United States Supreme Court heard arguments yesterday in the case of Thomas Miller-El, a black death row inmate who says prosecutors intentionally blocked African Americans from his jury. Karen Grigsby Bates talks about the case with Andrew Hammel, an attorney for Miller-El, Larry Baraka, a former Texas prosecutor and a witness for Miller-El, and Bob McCulloch, president-elect of the National Association of District Attorneys.



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